The FPPC will consider a $61,500 fine against porn-industry opponents of a 2012 Los Angeles County ballot measure to require adult film actors to wear condoms. A similar measure has qualified for the November 2016 state ballot.
The FPPC will consider a $61,500 fine against porn-industry opponents of a 2012 Los Angeles County ballot measure to require adult film actors to wear condoms. A similar measure has qualified for the November 2016 state ballot.
The FPPC will consider a $61,500 fine against porn-industry opponents of a 2012 Los Angeles County ballot measure to require adult film actors to wear condoms. A similar measure has qualified for the November 2016 state ballot.
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Porn industry faces $61,500 fine for putting foreign money into 2012 campaign

December 07, 2015 01:46 PM

UPDATED February 04, 2016 03:24 PM

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